InPrint: The Industrial Print Show takes place 8-10 April in Hannover, and is co-located with the Hannover Messe, Germanys leading tradeshow for manufacturing technology.
“InPrint is continuing to deliver ahead of target in with allocated exhibition space and we are now in a strong position to really commence our visitor promotion campaign, which includes appointing a special visitor promotion team that is building the show brand into the important German manufacturing sector. This is positive news for all of our current exhibitors who have gotten involved early for an event that is pioneering innovative technology into a new sector, that of industrial print production.” Says Frazer Chesterman, Co-Director, InPrint.
The unique co-location with Hannover Messe is enabling the show to position itself within the manufacturing sector as a unique dual ticketing system allows visitors access to both shows. And InPrint continues to generate significant interest amongst both the traditional print sector and the growing manufacturing print supply chain.
“Whether it be ‘Smart’ screen printing of precision electronics, or inkjet printing upon 3 dimensional objects or textiles, or indeed the latest possibilities with 3D Printing - InPrint provides a growing community with its own event that is focused upon print within the manufacturing sector” adds Marcus Timson, Co-Director, InPrint.
With over 100 exhibiting companies from across the industrial print spectrum, InPrint will provide visitors with access to the latest technological innovation, the leading experts and a dedicated content programme that covers ‘Smart’ screen printing, industrial inkjet and 3D Printing.
Frazer Chesterman concludes, “InPrint is more than just an exhibition as we aim to connect highly sophisticated print technology with the manufacturing sector and the interest amongst the print community is very strong. The position of the InPrint alongside Hannover Messe enables us to give visitors an extra reason to attend InPrint as it develops into the key event for a growing community.”